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first you can add as many zeros at the end of the decimal as you want so make both have the same number of places after the decimal. 0.5 becomes 0.50

Then 1 place after the decimal is read as tenths, 2 places is hundredths, 3 places is thousandths, etc.

So read 0.50 as 50 hundredths, 0.33 is 33 hundredths. Which is larger 50 or 33?

0.5 is greater

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Just as 25 is greater than 5 (or 05) so 25% of a number is greater than 5% of that number.

05 is the same as 5 which is greater than 0.33

No it isn't; 46 is greater than 05.

8/100 is greater than 5/100

No its greater than 05 and 075.

Yes.

The former.

No, it is not.

No.

No, 375 is greater.

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033 = 33 is 3300%

.05 is greater than .03. .05 is 5 hundreths, and .03 is three hundredths.

0.42 is greater.

Yes.

Yes, 0.303 is greater than 0.05

greater

Yes. .05 is the same as.050 which is greater than .035 .

a big number

No.

08

No

No.

Yes because .05 is greater than .032

I am also finding you can use this: System.out.println("\033"); I have checked it in Eclipse. Please check it in any other compiler/ IDE. Sorry Doesn't work with my Java 6 Output - /033 /033 : Your slash is the wrong way around ("\033", not "/033").